List of 150+ July Baby Names

July marks the birth day of the mighty Julius Caesar if your mighty baby’s birthday happens to fall in the month of July look no further than this article because we have got you covered here’s a list of names for you and your little Caesar.

July Baby Names

Abbas

Popularly named after Muhammad’s Uncle

Aaron

The brother of Moses in the Old Testament, derived from Hebrew.

Arizona

Native American origin, translated to “little springs”

Amelia

German origin, literally translates to “work”

Apollo

Named after the son of Zeus and god of music and poetry.

Ariella

 Variation of the name Ariel, has become popular in recent times.

Fintan

Named after an Irish Saint, a person who lived through the Great Flood.

Felix

Roman origin, protagonist of G. Eliot’s novel Felix Holt.

Eugenia

A name very popular in the 80’s, of Greek roots, translated to ‘wellborn’

Ford

English origin, widely associated with the Ford motor company.

Coral

Popularized in the Victorian era due to their madness for jewel names like Ruby and Pearl.

Coro

Derived from ‘wind’, a beautiful place in Venezuela.

Cordelia

Named after King Lear’s daughter, Celtic origin, translated to heart or daughter of the sea.

Cleveland

Literally translates to ‘hilly land’ or ‘from the cliff’, of English origin.

Dune

Means a ‘mountain of sand’, English origin, translates to ‘a brown skinned soldier’ in Scottish.

 Elias

Derived from the name of the prophet Elijah, also the middle name of Walt Disney.

Delphine

Of French Origin, means a dolphin or a blue flower

Efron

A version of the name Ephron, the bird in Bible.

Ember

French roots, not to be confused with Amber.

Elio

Very popular in Italy and Spain, literally translates to sunny or spirited.

Beatrix

Of Latin origin, means ‘she who brings happiness’.

Betsy

Derived from Hebrew, translates to “pledged to God’, a nickname for Elizabeth.

Benedict

Latin origin, means “blessed’. Recently popularized by the British actor Benedict Cumberbatch.

Henry

A German name, translates to ‘estate ruler’, most popularized by Henry VIII of England

Jacqueline

The feminine word for Jacques, French Origin.

Juliette

A version of the name Juliet which more emphasis on the last syllable.

Julian

A Greek word, means ‘downy bearded’.  The name is derived from Julius, the Roman family name.

Ida

Derived from Mount Ida, the birth place of the god Zeus.

Lydia

Named after an ancient place in Asia minor.

Luna

Moon’s Goddess, the Latin word for moon.

Leo

A name of mixed German, Latin origin meaning lion.

Lee

Traditionally a middle name but recently popularized as a first name.

Leonardo

A name of Spanish, Italian origin literally translated to ‘brave lion’.

Moana

Polynesian sea god, a popular name in New Zealand for sea lovers.

Nelson

Translates to ‘son of Neil’, a distinguished name given to African activists.

Ren

 A Buddhist symbol of perfection and purity with an image of lotus.

Rafferty

Irish origin, translated to ‘abundance, floodtide, prosperity’, nicknamed Raff or Rafe.

Ruslan

The Russian word for lion, quite popular in Russia

Ruby

Meaning a ‘deep, red, precious stone’, in Latin, has rich musical and literary references.

Shawnee

  Native American origin, derived from an Eastern tribe that migrated westward.

Sequoia

Named after a giant tree, translates to ‘sparrow’ in Native American language.

Silas

Latin origin, translated to ‘wood, forest’, named after St. Silas of the New Testament.

Soloman

 Hebrew origin, means ‘peace’, has many references in Dickens’ novels.

Susanna

Hebrew origin, meaning the flower ‘lilly’, nicknamed Susan or Sanna.

Sunny

 A lively name, short for Sunniva.

 Zaltana

Meaning ‘high mountain’ in Native American tongue

Zoe

Greek origin, translates to ‘life’, very popular in countries like Spain and France.

Zenebe

African Amharic origin, meaning ‘raining’, a very common name in the Ethiopian region.

Zeno

Greek origin, named after two ancient Philosophers sharing the name.

Yaretzi

 Native American Origin, meaning ‘you will always be loved’.

Xochitl

An Aztec name used in Mexico, Native American Origin, meaning ‘flower’, pronounced chat-L.

Tennessee

 Native American origin, popularized by young rockstar Tennessee Thomas.

Sybil

Greek word for ‘prophetess’, a woman gifted to interpret the wishes of Gods.

Julius

Derived from the great Roman Emperor Julius Caesar himself, nicknamed Julio at various instances.

Lark

Named after one of the two birth flowers for the month of july, or even derived from a bird,

John

Considered to be one of the most famous names in the Christian community for about 400 years now.

Fiammetta

The Italian word for ‘flame’ or more popularly ‘feminity’, it literally means ‘the fiery one’

George

Originally means farmer in Greek, most popularized by George Washington of The U.S.A

Hamza

Named after the great uncle of Prophet Muhammad, literally translated to ‘lion’ In Arabic

Gertrude

 Meaning ‘strength of a spear’ in German, finds references in classics like Hamlet and E.T.

Hawthorne

Refers to the ‘lives where hawthorn and hedges grow’, popularized by American novelists.

Ginvera

Italian origin,   means ‘white wave, white shadow’, a different version of the phrase ’jennifer-lover’.

Denali

Native American Origin, translates to ‘the great one’, the National park in Alaska is named after it.

Edith

Translates to ‘prosperous in war’, two American first ladies have been named Edith

Enya

The Irish word for ‘fire’ and anciently written as Eithne after the famous St, St. Eithne

Cherokee

Derived from the name of a Native American Tribe, who usually stayed in mountains or caves.

Cove

It is a fairly new name becoming very popular in America for both boys and girls in the last two years.

Cyrus

Originating in Persia, literally translated to ‘sun’, popularized by Cyrus the Great of 5thcentury BC

Declan

The Irish word for ‘man of prayer’, popularized by St. Declan of Ireland.

Cruise

 Spanish origin, often spelt as Cruz or Cruize, still very popular in Spain

Dakota

 Native American origin,meaning ‘friendly love’, popularized by the actress Dakota Fanning.

Aiyana

It has various meanings in the Native American Tongue such as ‘large eyes’, ‘time’, or ‘flower’

Armani

Means warrior in Italian, popularized by the Luxury Brand Giorgio/Emporio Armani.

Alouette

 The French word for ‘lark’, popularized by a French children’s song.

Bathshira

Arabian roots, means ‘seventh daughter’, often nicknamed Shira

Blaise

The French word for ‘stammer’ or ‘to lisp’, finds references in King Arthur.

Carver

Refers to a person who carves wood, an occupational name.

Calvin

Latin origin, meaning ‘bald’ or ‘hairless’, popularized by the fashion brand Calvin Klein.

Calandra

Greek origin, meaning ‘lark’, introduced by Calista Flockhart.

Carmen

 The Spanish word for ‘garden’, used for both boys and girls in the Latin community.

Huxley

Means ‘an inhospitable place’, nicknamed  Hux and Huck

Jagger

English origin, means ‘carter’, popularized by Mick Jagger.

Hyacinth

Means ‘blue larkspur’ or ‘precious stone’, named after a young Spartan killed by Apollo

Julio

Spanish origin, means Julius, mentioned in a classic by Paul Simon

Lakota

 Native American Origin, meaning ‘friend to us’ and The Great Sioux Nation has a branch named Lakota

Kairi

 Japanese origin, which means ‘sea’, popularized by the video game series ‘Kingdom Hearts’

Kilian

Derived from ‘war strife’ or ‘church’, very popular in France and also spelt Cillian throughout Europe

Kahlo

A name which has Spanish roots and numerous artistic connections.

Julitta

 Dutch origin, popularized by St. Julitta.

Justus

 Mixed Latin, Dutch and German origins which means ‘just’, three Popes have been named Justus.

Larkspur

A feminine name derived from a very rare flower.

Lilou

 French origin, means the flower ‘lily’, is pronounced lee-loo.

Levon

Armenian origin, translates to ‘lion’, popularized by the chess GMLevon Aronian

Liliana

Mixed Spanish, Italian origin, means lily, very popular in the Hispanic community.

Leontine

 French origin, translates to ‘lion’, more popularly spelt as Leontyne

Liberty

A girl’s name and a very uncommon name of virtue.

Loch

 A Scottish Gaelic word for ‘lake’, pronounced as lau-k.

Malia

Hawaiian origin, which means ‘bitter’, the Obama’s named their daughter Malia recently.

Malaya

The Filipino word for ‘free’, has the same East Asian roots as Malaysia or Malay.

Marshall

The French expression for ‘one who looks after horses’, an occupational name.

Mercy

Means ‘compassion’, various literary and musical references like The Crucible.

Maverick

American origin, means ‘independent’ or ’nonconformist’, the hero of the movie Top Gun.

Merryn

Cornish roots, named after a Cornish town, St. Merryn.

Otto

German origin, means ‘wealthy’, otto is nicknamed after Othello.

Priscilla

 Latin origin, means ‘ancient’, Tolkien’s daughter is named Priscilla.

Pacific

Latin origin, translates to ‘tranquil’, associated with the Pacific Ocean.

Philomena

Greek origin, means ‘lover of strength’, named after the Athenian Princess.

Paige

English roots, translates to ‘page to a lord’

Phoenix

Greek origin, translates to ‘dark red’ or a mystical bird, is a symbol of rebirth

Rube

A version of the popular name Reuben

Samson

The Hebrew word for ‘Sun’, named after the Israeli champion who was betrayed.

Saoirse

Irish origin, translates to ‘liberty’, popularized by the actress Saoirse Ronan.

Septima

Derived from the Latin word for ‘seven’.

Soleil

French origin, translates to ‘sun’.

Tahoe

Native American Origin, means ‘edge of a lake’, named after a famous lake.

Tanwen

Welsh roots, translates to ‘holy fire’.

Theodosia

 Greek origin, means ‘giving to God’, the feminine word for Theodosius.

Tallulah

American origin, translates to ‘lady of abundance’ or ‘leaping water’.

Topanga

Named after a canyon in Southern California, translates to ‘where the mountain meets the sea’.

Thoreau

French origin, mixed meanings like ‘ruler of the people’ or ‘thunder’ after Thor.

 Walter

The German word for ‘army ruler’, considered to be a noble name in the 17th century.

Veronica

Latin origin, translates to ‘she who brings victory’ or ‘true image’, also a blue flower.

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